## Electromagnetic fieldsThis revised edition provides patient guidance in its clear and organized presentation of problems. It is rich in variety, large in number and provides very careful treatment of relativity. One outstanding feature is the inclusion of simple, standard examples demonstrated in different methods that will allow students to enhance and understand their calculating abilities. There are over 145 worked examples; virtually all of the standard problems are included. |

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(a) (b) Figure 10-15. Parallel plate capacitor of constant charge, (a)

between the plates, (b) Dielectric between the plates. Now Qj and Of are kept

constant when the dielectric is put between the plates, so that D will not be

changed and ...

(a) (b) Figure 10-15. Parallel plate capacitor of constant charge, (a)

**Vacuum**between the plates, (b) Dielectric between the plates. Now Qj and Of are kept

constant when the dielectric is put between the plates, so that D will not be

changed and ...

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Find <f> (x,y,z) in the

the conducting plane for which it is a tangential component. Find the surface

charge density oy induced on the plane for which Ey is an appropriate

component to ...

Find <f> (x,y,z) in the

**vacuum**region. Find Ey(x,y,z). Verify that Ey vanishes onthe conducting plane for which it is a tangential component. Find the surface

charge density oy induced on the plane for which Ey is an appropriate

component to ...

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Find % as a function of <o and compare with v. Show that vGvg = v2 = 1/jut and

compare with the results of Exercise 24-26. 26-4 A rectangular wave guide with

frequency ...

Find % as a function of <o and compare with v. Show that vGvg = v2 = 1/jut and

compare with the results of Exercise 24-26. 26-4 A rectangular wave guide with

**vacuum**inside has a = 8 centimeters and b = 6 centimeters. If a wave offrequency ...

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